Death

A couple of weeks ago one of my co-workers died, she took her life. It was hard to get the news and even think of her gone. It took me a long time to realize that she is gone. Looked for her to come through the door and call or text me. She was a friend as well as my co-worker and it hurts that she left. I wish I could of helped her in her time of need. Cried with her and even stopped her from making the choice she did. This morning I got a call about another death and this time it was someone who died from not eating well and drank too much soda and ate bad foods. Just like me, I eat the wrong foods and drink the wrong drinks. This woman finally got over some of her soda addiction and was trying to get back on a better path, but it was too late. Will this be me? I'm 357 and I really don't want to die hurting my mom and family or even my boyfriend. I continue to eat bad and don't exercise and know what I'm supposed to do to become healthy. My mind says stop, but I get so hungry. Will this mean I will not live long, probably, but after these two deaths I have been thinking about live and how much I want to live it and make my life better..I am unsure where to begin.
daisys4u daisys4u
31-35, F
3 Responses May 11, 2012

Yes, keeping BUSY is THE KEY. Start your mornings with lime juice in warm water (with honey if you like), if you can't bear that then make lemon tea, brew just a very few tea leaves in boiling water and add lime juice and honey or artificial sweetener if you like. It will kick start your metabolism and get you off to a great, healthy routine for the day. Also, don't eat anything for a while after this (you won't feel like it anyway) and watch your digestive system clear up perfectly every day in about an hour or so after the tea. I speak from experience, this works but not in isolation - after this go through with a healthy eating plan, no extra fats and sugars to begin with, personally can't survive without carbs and have succeeded in losing weight healthily while on carbs (the usual amount I always had, actually maybe even a bit more to compensate for the loss of extra fat and sugar calories). Stay positive and don't go for bog goals, just play it steady and soon you'll be showing the results.

Thanks so much for the advice. I def will give it a try, it'll take awhile, but I do want to change so that I can be here for my family. I will let you know how it goes.

just think positive,<br />
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keep yourself active by doing something in your spare time.<br />
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CUT THE SUGAR/SALT in the food you eat.<br />
order a salt free meal and add little before you eat.<br />
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drink natural juices and avoid concentrates they are full of sugar.<br />
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if you can afford buy from your drug store a detoxification treatment and it will clean your large intestine from bad acids they build up and clog the walls with bad feeling.<br />
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try a simple habit drink a glass of water every morning before you brush your teeth...before you brush your teeth,<br />
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let me know how you feel,, the bottom line is your fat puts a big load on your heart.<br />
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its like a car filled with a big big load but a small engine so change your food habits..